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Public Notice 15-1311

CITY OF ISSAQUAH

Human Services Commission

NOTICE

ADA Title II Self-Evaluation and Tran-sition PlanThe Human Services Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. March 24, 2015, at City Hall, Eagle Room, 130 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah, Washington.The meeting will include a presenta-tion on the draft ADA Title II Self-Eval-uation and Transition Plan. Verbal or written public comment on the draft plan will be accepted at the meeting.The meeting is also the start of a 30-day public comment period, which will close April 23, 2015. Title II requires a public entity to make reasonable changes to policies; en-sure effective communication with people with disabilities; and provide physical access to buildings, facilities and programs, with the goal of ensur-ing meaningful access to all of its ser-vices and offerings.Written comments on the draft plan may be sent to the Public Works En-gineering Department, PO Box 1307, Issaquah, WA 98027, or to Transpor-tation Manager Gary Costa, garyc@issaquahwa.gov, prior to the meeting or during the comment period The draft plan is available for review at issaquahwa.gov/ADA, or during business hours at the Public Works Engineering Department, 1775 12th Ave. N.W. If you have questions, call 425-837-3443.

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18th 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1314

SEPA DETERMINATION

MITIGATED DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCEFOR

Issaquah Middle School DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSAL:

The proposal is to construct a new middle school on approximately 33.6 acres of a 63 acre site where the ex-isting Clark Elementary School, Tiger Mountain Community High School and Issaquah High School campus are constructed. The new building will include one, two and three story sections providing approximately 131,000 square feet of academic, athletic and multi-purpose space. The project includes a new football/soccer field, running track and softball field.The new campus will have capacity to serve 1,098 students with 39 teaching stations plus 8 future portable class-rooms. The project will provide 141 parking spaces for the middle school and 499 parking spaces for the high school. A total of 640 spaces will be provided. 615 are required. All par-ent and visitor traffic will enter and exit the site from the existing traffic signal onto 2nd Avenue SE. Buses are currently shared by high school and middle school students. A shared bus drop-off and pick-up will be con-structed. Buses will enter from Evans Street which will be separated from automobile traffic and will exit at the existing traffic signal onto 2nd Avenue SE. The entrance to the Transporta-tion Center will be moved north along 2nd Ave SE to lengthen the left turn lanes at the traffic signal at the middle and high school entrance. Additional bus and car parking will be added at the Transportation Center.The project will start construction in the spring of 2015 in a process that will be phased in order to keep all students on site throughout the con-struction of the new facility. Construc-tion of the new middle school will be substantially completed in Phase 01. The new school will be occupied for the start of school in September 2016. At the end of the 2014-2015 school year, partial demolition of the exist-ing Issaquah Middle School (IMS) will begin. Work will also start on the new additions, and modernization of the existing IMS to house the new Clark Elementary School (CES) and the new Tiger Mountain Community High School (TMCHS). The new CES and TMCHS will be occupied for the start of school in 2017. Demolition of the existing CES and TMCHS will begin at the end of school in June 2017 to allow completion of the fields, parking and other site work needed to fully complete the new Issaquah Middle School.LOCATION OF PROPOSAL: The project site is located at XXXX 2nd Avenue SE in Issaquah, Wash-ington at the site of the current high school. (A new street address is to be assigned as a part of the MSP process.) The main building will be located in the the existing Clark El-ementary School playfield area. King County Assessor’s Tax Account Numbers: 3424069030, 3424069120 and 3424069185LEAD AGENCY AND PROPONENT: Issaquah School District #411The Issaquah School District is the SEPA lead agency for the project. The Environmental Checklist is en-tered as Exhibit No. 4 and the draft MDNS is entered as Exhibit No. 5 in the City’s Staff Report. Environmental impacts that are not mitigated through the City of Issaquah’s Land Use Code and other regulations are addressed in the Mitigated Determination of Non-sgnificance (MDNS). The MDNS will be published March 11, 2015 follow-ing the February 18, Development Commission hearing. Development Commission and public comments on environmental impacts of the project have been considered by the Dis-trict, as SEPA lead agency, and ad-ditional mitigation has been included in the March 11, MDNS. Following the March 11, 2015 MDNS publication, a 14 day comment and appeal period will end at 4:00 PM March 25, 2015. If no additional mitigation is needed, the SEPA MDNS will be issued as final on March 25, 2015 upon conclusion of the comment and appeal period.RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL:Steve Crawford, Director of Capital ProjectsIssaquah School District #411THRESHOLD DETERMINATION:The lead agency has determined that the requirements for environmental analysis and protection have been adequately addressed in the develop-ment regulations and comprehensive plan adopted under chapter 36.70A RCW, and in other applicable local, state, or federal laws or rules, as pro-vided by RCW 43.21C.240 and WAC 197-11-158 and/or mitigating mea-sures have been applied that ensure no significant adverse impacts will be created or mitigation measures have been included as part of this determi-nation which alleviates any probable significant adverse environmental impact.An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030 (2) (c). This decision was made after review of an environmen-tal checklist and other information on file with the lead agency and the City of Issaquah (Project file number MSP14-0002 and SDP14-00001). This information is available to the public on request.MITIGATING MEASURES:The Issaquah School District will pro-vide mitigation measures consistent with the City of Issaquah permit re-quirements and conditions.Pursuant to the City of Issaquah ap-proved impact fee ordinances (Is-saquah Municipal Code3.74), impacts to Police and General Government Services are to be de-termined through the environmental review process and paid at the time of Building Permit issuance. Because there is an existing school that will be demolished and reconstructed at the same site, the school district will be given credit for the existing square footage in the calculation of the im-pact fees.The school district’s Updated Traf-fic report, dated January 20, 2015, identified traffic impacts may occur due to the growing student popula-tion and the redistribution of trips as the Issaquah Middle School, Clark El-ementary School and Tiger Mountain Community High School are planned to be relocated. The City noted dis-crepancies and complexities in the analysis and has requested additional information in order to evaluate traffic impacts and to determine appropriate mitigation measures for the proposal. Impacts to the level of service (LOS) standards at the following intersec-tions have been identified in the City’s initial review: 2nd Ave SE and E Sunset Way, the intersection of the schools entrance signal and 2nd Ave SE, Front St S and SE Clark St and E Sunset Way. The school district shall work with the City, once the updated traffic study is completed, to define the appropriate, proportionate traffic improvements necessary to mitigate operational and safety impacts at the intersections identified in the updated traffic study. Final mitigation mea-sures shall be determined prior to is-suance of the building permits.No direct wetland impacts will occur as a result of the project. Permanent buffer impacts are limited to 286 square feet at Wetland A. Mitigation includes 1,197 square feet of buffer restoration. Temporary buffer im-pacts, totaling 1,507 square feet to facilitate construction of stormwater treatment components occurs in an area dominated by blackberry bram-bles. Buffer area restoration will in-clude native trees, shrubs and ground cover to enhance these buffer areas. To improve habitat functions and val-ues, at least 5 pieces of large woody debris will be salvaged and placed in the mitigation areas. Temporary Erosion and Sedimenta-tion Controls (TESC), Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, NPDES Permit and best management prac-tices (BMP) will be implemented and maintained by the contractor.Low impact development techniques, including the use of rain gardens, will be utilized to facilitate infiltration of on-site stormwater.The project includes: Right-of-way improvements on 2nd Avenue SE and Evans Street along the project front-age and a new entrance to the school district Transportation Center. A paved trail connecting the campus with the Rainier Trail is included in the project.To enhance school safety and secu-rity, a portion of the existing trail along the old railroad alignment will be re-located to follow a pathway along the east side of the school campus. Approximately 416 off-street parking spaces will be maintained throughout the construction process for use by students, staff and visitors.The project will comply with current codes, standards, rules and regula-tions.PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT PERIOD:This Mitigated Determination of Non-significance (MDNS) is issued under WAC 197-11-350; the lead agency will not act on this proposal for 14 days from the date of issue. The re-sponsible official will reconsider the MDNS based on timely comments and may retain, modify, or, if sig-nificant adverse impacts are likely, withdraw the MDNS. If the MDNS is retained, it will be final after the expiration of the comment deadline. There is no administrative appeal for this SEPA determination.Notice of this MDNS will be published in the Legal Notices section of The Is-saquah Press weekly newspaper on Wednesday, March 11 and Wednes-day, March 18, 2015. In addition, notice of this MDNS will be mailed to parties of record and nearby property owners.A copy of the Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance was posted at the site.WRITTEN COMMENTS OR ANY APPEALS MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE ISSAQUAH SCHOOL DIS-TRICT NO LATER THAN 4:00 PM, MARCH 25, 2015.Appeals must be in writing and state the perceived errors in the Threshold Determination, specific reasons why the Determination should be reversed or modified, any harm the Appellant will suffer if the Threshold Determi-nation remains unchanged and the desired outcome of the appeal. If the Appellant is a group, the harm to any one or more of the individuals must be stated. Failure to meet these require-ments will result in dismissal of the appeal.Steve Crawford, Director of Capital ProjectsIssaquah School District565 NW Holly StreetIssaquah, WA 98027

Published in the Issaquah press on March 11th and March 18, 2015

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Public Notice 15-1323

The Union Pacific Railroad Company is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and associ-ated equipment at 47.427738N -122.2418W in King County, Wash-ington (WA-King-169.9). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all interested per-sons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, build-ings, structures, or objects significant in American history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, comments, and correspondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Ak-ron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1315

The Union Pacific Railroad Com-pany is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and as-sociated equipment at 47.451272N -122.241989W in King County, Wash-ington (WA-King-171.75). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all interested persons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, buildings, struc-tures, or objects significant in Ameri-can history, architecture, archaeol-ogy, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, comments, and cor-respondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Akron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1316

The Union Pacific Railroad Company is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and associ-ated equipment at 47.39741N -122.24183W in King County, Wash-ington (WA-King-168). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all interested per-sons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, build-ings, structures, or objects significant in American history, architecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, comments, and correspondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Ak-ron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1317

The Union Pacific Railroad Company is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and associ-ated equipment at 47.386938N -122.241596W in King County, Washington (WA-King-167.26). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all inter-ested persons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, buildings, structures, or objects significant in American history, archi-tecture, archaeology, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, com-ments, and correspondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Akron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015

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Public Notice 15-1318

The Union Pacific Railroad Com-pany is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and as-sociated equipment at 47.33426N -122.239012W in King County, Wash-ington (WA-King-163.6). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all interested persons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, buildings, struc-tures, or objects significant in Ameri-can history, architecture, archaeol-ogy, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, comments, and cor-respondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Akron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1319

The Union Pacific Railroad Com-pany is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and as-sociated equipment at 47.30794N -122.238868W in King County, Wash-ington (WA-King-161.81). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all interested persons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, buildings, struc-tures, or objects significant in Ameri-can history, architecture, archaeol-ogy, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, comments, and cor-respondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Akron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1320

The Union Pacific Railroad Com-pany is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and as-sociated equipment at 47.27896N -122.24648W in King County, Wash-ington (WA-King-159.74). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all interested persons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, buildings, struc-tures, or objects significant in Ameri-can history, architecture, archaeol-ogy, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, comments, and cor-respondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Akron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1321

The Union Pacific Railroad Com-pany is proposing to construct a 40 foot monopole tower and as-sociated equipment at 47.257458N -122.246358W in King County, Wash-ington (WA-King-158.25). The Union Pacific Railroad Company is seeking comments from all interested persons on the impact of the proposed tower on any districts, sites, buildings, struc-tures, or objects significant in Ameri-can history, architecture, archaeol-ogy, engineering, or culture, that are listed or are eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. All questions, comments, and cor-respondence should be directed to Ms. Mary Cargill, at 520 South Main Street, Suite 2531, Akron, Ohio 44311, Phone # 330-572-3642, or mcargill@gpdgroup.com

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 18, 2015.

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Public Notice 15-1313

Public Hearing NoticeInneswood Estates Preliminary PlatPP13-00003The City of Issaquah Hearing Exam-iner will hold a Public Hearing on the Inneswood Estates Preliminary Plat on March 25, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. in the Pickering Room in City Hall NW, located at 1775 12th Ave NW, Is-saquah.The proposal is to subdivide a 6.4 acre site into 10 single-family resi-dential lots and a separate 3.5 acre steep slope/tree retention tract. Resi-dential lot sizes range from 8,312 SF to 14,140 SF. The site includes 1.8 acres of steep slope critical area (greater than 40% slopes) and the ap-plicant has provided supporting geo-technical information to reduce the steep slope buffer from 50 feet to 10 feet, plus a 15-foot building setback. The steep slopes are protected in a separate tract. Stormwater would be piped downslope through the steep slope/tree retention tract to a storm-water detention vault located along Newport Way NW. The residential lots would be accessed from a new public street off NW Inneswood Pl. The new street would also connect north to NW Pickering Street (Picker-ing Hills plat), providing a secondary access to Newport Way NW. The project site is located between NW In-neswood Pl on the west and Newport Way NW on the east. Individuals may provide comments at the public hearing or comments may be sent to Peter Rosen at City of Is-saquah, P.O. Box 1307, Issaquah, WA 98027; or email at peterr@is-saquahwa.gov Public comments will be documented in the file and for-warded to reviewers. The project file and plans are avail-able for review at the Permit Center, 1775 12th Avenue NW, Issaquah.

Published in The Issaquah Press on March 11, 2015.

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PUBLIC NOTICE 15-1322

SEPA DETERMINATIONPursuant to the provisions of Is-saquah Ordinance No. 1633 and the State Environmental Policy Act, Chapters 43.21[c] RCW and WAC 197-11-510, notice is hereby given that the City of Issaquah issued a Mitigated Determination of Nonsignifi-cance (MDNS) on March 18, 2015 for a proposal to subdivide a 6.2 acre site into 19 lots for construction of single family residences. Lot sizes range between 4,661 and 6,549 square feet (SF). The proposal includes a .46 acre stormwater/utility tract (Tract A) and a 2.4 acre wetland/open space tract (Tract B). There are currently 2 single family residences on the site which would be removed for the pro-posed development. There is a 1.76 acre Category 2 wet-land on the south portion of the site. This wetland extends off site and is approximately 4 acres in total area. The proposal is to reduce the 75-foot wetland buffer by 25% (to 56.25 feet) with planting enhancement of the re-duced buffer and part of the wetland area. Access to the proposed lots is from a new public street off SE 48th Street.Permit number: PP14-00003After review of a completed environ-mental checklist and other information on file with the agency, the City of Is-saquah has determined this proposal would not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment.This MDNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340(2) and 197-11-680(3)(a)vii. There is a 21-day combined comment/appeal period from March 18, 2015 to April 8, 2015. Anyone wishing to comment may submit writ-ten comments to the Responsible Of-ficial. The Responsible Official will reconsider the determination based on timely comments. Any person ag-grieved by this determination may ap-peal by filing a Notice of Appeal with the City of Issaquah Permit Center. Appellants should prepare specific factual objections. Copies of the en-vironmental determination and other project application materials are avail-able from the Issaquah Development Services Department, 1775 12th Av-enue NW. Peter Rosen, SEPA Responsible Official(425) 837-3094Published in the Issaquah Press on March 18th, 2015050